When School is out and Kids Club is out, Camp is in!
The Y offers One-day School Break Day Camps as well as Winter, Spring and Summer Day Camps when school is out for the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District
CLICK HERE to view the Summer 2020 Day Camp Flyer
Day Camps are available for preschool and elementary campers during school holidays, spring/winter breaks, and summer vacation according to the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Calendar. Day Camp is a great place for your child to play in a safe environment that encourages character development, healthy lifestyles, and having fun!
All Campers: Staff ratio 1 to 5 campers
Camp Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm
Camp Activities & Daily Schedule
Camp days are split into 45 minute segments and include programs utilizing our state of the art facilities. Activities are age and developmentally appropriate, incorporate special events and group games and make use of such areas as the indoor basketball gym, roof top play area, tumbling gym, arts & crafts room, and multi-purpose game rooms.
All campers must be registered in order to participate. Fees vary on child’s age, membership, and registration date. See registration forms in the link above or register online at www.ymcasm.org. In addition to the registration form all campers must have a Camper Information Packet on file. Camper Information Packets must be filled out annually and require doctor’s signature on the medical form stating the child has had a physical within the year.
Contact Erika Altshule, Youth & Family Department Director for more information at email@example.com or (310)393-2721, ext. 123. Parents are encouraged to review the Parent Survival Guide to find answers to many of their questions.
Partial scholarships are available. If you are in need of financial aid, the child must be a member of the YMCA. Questions about membership email firstname.lastname@example.org. Click Here for a Program Assistance Application and more information. Please read the application carefully and be aware of the deadline date to request assistance for Day Camp.
Be an Informed Parent
As you are evaluating camps for your children, make sure to ask some specific questions of the camp to ensure the camp takes abuse prevention seriously. CLICK HERE to read the “6 KEY QUESTIONS A PARENT SHOULD ASK OF A CAMP” and see the Y’s responses to these questions.